Despite what Viebeck referred to as Paul’s “crossover appeal” at CPAC, she also stressed he might not be as popular a candidate among a wider set of Republican voters.
Officials with the Orange County Sheriff's Office said that probable cause didn't exist to support the allegation by Grayson's wife that he had pushed her against the front door of their home.
If former CIA Director David Petraeus and his ex-deputy Michael Morell are recalled to testify on Benghazi, they can expect hard questions about the mortar attack on the CIA annex which killed two former Navy SEALs.
The debate over charter schools is heating up again between New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and Gov. Andrew Cuomo, as each tried to muscle his way into the spotlight over education reform in the state.
The White House brushed off concerns Friday that, with the crisis in Crimea intensifying, now might not be the best time for President Obama -- and his vice president -- to go on vacation.
Despite Republican Rep. Darrell Issa apparently telling his Democratic counterpart on the House oversight committee he's sorry for cutting him off during a tense hearing earlier this week, Democrats are mulling the possibility of an ethics complaint.
Could a White House spell-off be in the works between President Obama and former Vice President Dan Quayle?
EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy told energy executives this week in Houston that energy regulations could be a win-win. "We don't have to choose between a healthy environment and a healthy economy," she claimed. But many in the energy industry, and lawmakers representing energy-producing states, aren't so sure.
The lengthy roster of potential GOP presidential candidates were zipping through the must-attend conservative conference outside Washington this week to test drive their message and check the pulse of the base, as they navigate the tricky-to-read divisions in the party.
Three weeks out from the ObamaCare enrollment deadline, the president's signature health care law is facing ever-increasing challenges which go far beyond the program's troubled exchange websites.